Integrating Engagement And Learning Science In An Organization

According to Penna’s model of employee engagement, organizations can engage employees if they can provide them with a meaning or a purpose. The model is a pyramid-shaped hierarchy that starts with basic working conditions including pay, working hours and work environment, goes on to learning and development, then moves on to promotional opportunities and then on to leadership, trust and respect. If all these are fulfilled to the employees’ expectations, they find meaning in the job that they do, and that keeps them engaged.

However, it would seem like learning and development ranks too low in this hierarchy, and an efficiently designed eLearning program can actually be used to achieve everything short of efficient working conditions, as they are the responsibility of the stakeholders of the organization. In this article, we’ll discuss how an efficient eLearning program can achieve every engagement factor present in the Penna’s model of employee engagement, and thus keep the employees of an organization engaged.

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